Mexican Grand Prix Weather: Chance of Rain

There is a slim chance of rain during the Mexican Grand Prix weekend, with cooler temperatures compared to Qatar and the United States, and home favorite Sergio Perez is expected to have a lively party but there is still a small chance of rain.

Highlights

‣ There is a slim chance of rain during the Mexican Grand Prix weekend.
‣ The Mexican Grand Prix will have cooler temperatures compared to previous weekends in Qatar and the United States.
‣ Sergio Perez has a strong fan base in Mexico, and there is always a party atmosphere during the weekend.
‣ The chance of rain decreases on Saturday but rises again for the Grand Prix on Sunday.


Get ready for an exciting weekend at the Mexican Grand Prix! While rain is unlikely, the atmosphere is sure to be electric, with a vibrant party atmosphere and plenty of support for hometown hero Sergio Perez. Speaking of Perez, although he hasn’t claimed victory at this track just yet, he did manage to secure podium finishes in 2021 and 2022.

On Thursday, drivers and teams will participate in the media day, where they’ll face the unpredictable weather conditions. Thunderstorms are expected in the area, and it’s worth noting that similar situations in previous races have led to schedule adjustments. Friday will see two practice sessions, with a 24% chance of rain and winds blowing at speeds of 10 to 15 mph from the northeast. The temperature is expected to reach 24°C.

As we move into the weekend, the temperature will remain consistent, as will the wind speed. The wind direction will shift towards the east as the days progress. On Saturday, the chance of rain decreases to 12%, but it increases again to 23% for the highly anticipated Grand Prix on Sunday.

It’s shaping up to be an intense and thrilling weekend of Formula 1 racing in Mexico. Don’t miss out on the action-packed event!

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
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